An Insight into Mustard Tree our Charity Partner

This year has been tough for everyone, however, the pandemic has affected the most vulnerable in our society most strongly. Mustard Tree has noted that in covering demand, their food costs have increased from £4,000 a month, to £6,500 a week

Insight Recruitment has pledged to support Mustard Tree to help in the fight against poverty. 

No one should go hungry this winter.

WHAT INSIGHT WILL BE DOING TO HELP MUSTARD TREE?

  • Weekly food collections
  • Filling crates for Christmas
  • Promoting the Mustard Tree cause through our network
  • Special campaigns…

OUR CAMPAIGNS:

WHO ARE MUSTARD TREE?

Mustard Tree helps people to change their lives, secure better accommodation and economic wellbeing. Their focus is on tackling both the causes and consequences of poverty and homelessness.

Since 1994 they have created opportunities for people to help themselves through providing practical support, friendship, connections into work and improvements to health & wellbeing, alongside new experiences to encourage aspiration.

 

Find out more about the Christmas Crate appeal here:
THE MUSTARD TREE SHOPPING LIST 

FOOD ITEMS:

  • Tinned items (meatballs, ravioli, vegetables, new potatoes, fruit, fish, rice pudding, curry, cooking sauces, tinned tomatoes, meat, soup, beans, pulses, pasta)*
  • Cereal
  • Fish
  • Bread
  • Cheese
  • UHT milk
  • Sugar
  • Tea bags
  • Gluten Free items
  • Dried food packets  (biscuits, pasta, noodles, packet soup, rice, lentils, pulses) 

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